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CHEBOYGAN, MICH. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1S4.
' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORN
ING. NORTHERHTRIBUNE CO
R. Jtt. THOni SOX, Editor.
Terms: $1 50 per year, in Advance
We Do Not have to ipeak in third per
son, when advertising and puffing our
selves and the goods we handle
We do business on facta with reliable
goods on business principles.
We Do Not pretend to carry the
largest stock of goods in our line in the
We Do carry a line of watch move
ments of approved makes, second to
none in Northern Michican.
We Do carrry an assortment of gold,
Filled. Silver, and Nickel opouface and
hunting cases, not surpassed in this auc
tion. We have advantages that enable us to
give our patrons special inducements.
We Are the only firm ia Cheboygan
bnying its Rockford Watches direct
from the factory. ,
We Are the Only firm la Cheboygan
having the legitimate and exclusive
right of sale of the Rack ford Watch
from the company.
WeAretk only firm in Cheboygan
that can prove its right of sale for the
Rockford Watch by certificate from the
company. ' ,
We are the only firm In Cheboygan
recoqnized by the Kockford Watch Co. as
entitled to handle its goods.
We are the only firm in Cheboygan
that can conflstently give the liberal
guarantee we do on the Kockford watch.
WeArethB only firm in Oheboygan
whose warranty of the Rockford watch
tssustainod by tkemanafactnrer.;-
We Do Not keep , the Rockford watch
to puff or damage the reputation of
ther makers' goods. ' .
We Do Not keep the Rockford watch
alone, we also have the well-known goods
of tho. Waltham, Elgin, Springfield,
Hampden, and Lancaster watch com
panies. We do sell the "Rockford" as our
leadiag watch, on Its superior merits on
ly. We Will sell yoi any make of watch
you may have a preference for, for what
It is and at a fair price.
We Ask you to call on us when in
want of anything in our line and com
pare our goods and prices.
We Konw that ynu will find it to your
interest to favor oa with your trade if
quality and prtee of goods I an object
to you'. Respectfully Yours,
A. L. Fexer,
Brick Block, Opposite Post Office.
S. Le GATJLT&SOtf,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, DIAMONDS,
Silverware, Jewelry, Specta
cles, &c Tho Larppt Stock
Repairing neatly and promptly
done. A Full line of
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Call and Get my prices before
L. T. L IN PERT,
'v-iiyij III WT Kit
: -ivfawiiiiuui xiiiu.
'At Dr. Hill's
Ilavinsr securod the excluRtvo right for Ctae
boyrun county, for Ilurd's Patent System for
nclminlBtertn Vitalized Air, for tho Painle8
Extraction of Teeth. Dr. Hill is now pre
pared to do all kinds of dental work in tho
most thorough manner. Vitalized air is per
fectly harmless, and agrees with all constitu
r, ). ''I
I am daily opening thousands of
Y Thousands of yards of
Have bought enry and taken ad
vantage of the ow prices in
Come and See Me, I can sare you
from 10 to 15 per cent, on Dry
Goods. I carry the largest
In Northern Michigan, and have
just received a splendid assort
ment over 100 styles. We still
undeasell ttyem all on
Ladies, please take advantage ot
the fine spring weather and
THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1884.
TIIK CITY. .
No 1 wet their hose at the fire.
Five alarms of fire and bo fire.
Mrs A. It. Thayer, returned Monday.
Fraak Summons goes to Dakota this
0. M. Clement returned from Alpena
Elder Hoyt of Indian River, is a good
Cheboygan Lumber Co's mill stopped a
while for repairs.
Order your job printing at the Trib
une steam job office.
A now show fraut has been put ia
Snow's harness shop.
Geo. Dawson ef Fault Ste Marie was at
Spencer over Sunday.
E, Nelson returned from Chicago Mon
day in prime condition.
John Blanchard and son of Ionia San-
dayed at Grand Central.
Tug receipts neatly printed and bound
at the Tribune steam job offlee.
J, J. Cueny arrived from Pontiac Sun
day with his fast driving hone.
Social dance at Sweet's hall last
Thursday night was well attended.
R. 11. Morse, from Alpena, came Sun
day, and Is stopping with B. Milligan.
Water thrown down the chimney at
Baker's made work for the house clean
er. Tug Swain was windbound here Sun
day with four echoeners la tow bound
F.M.Samnions went to Rogers City
Wednesday and returned Friday on the
First boat passed through the straits
going east, was a sUam barge last Mon
John Dowling is now proprietor of the
Metropolitan billiard hall. Owen Com
A Polish woman gave birth to a ehild
shortly after leaving the cars Saturday
and is doing well.
According to the Inter Oeean the ap
propriation committee recommended
$10,000 for Cheboygan harbor.
J, C. Mulyaugh writes frem Mexico
that he expects to be in Cheboygan In
good shape about the middle of May.
The Tribune job department Invites
all in need at printing of any kind to
call and iospect samples of work and
On Tuesday morning Moses Carrow
speared, below the dam, a sturgeon
measuring 65 inches, and weighing 80
The Republican State Convention was
a success and Hon. Geo. W. Bell goes to
Chicago June 3d to help name the next
The bell rung on Tuesday morniag
for tbe rescue party, called out Fire Co.
No. 3. The boys were red In the face at
being fooled, e
Canadian steamers have been the first
boats to arrive at Sault Ste Marie for
the last seven years. The Van Raalte
takes the cake this year.
The prop. Van Raalte arrived at
Sault Ste Marie Friday at 2 P. M. The
whole village turned out to welcome
her. She was saluted by three guns
from tho American and Canadian
A commercial man named James
Plant came near being planted on
Thursday. A new revolver was received
and examined by Cooper, Littlefleld and
Miner. Cooper put it together and load
ed It and said to Miner "let's go out and
sight it." Plant held up a transparent
advertising card with Freddy Gebhart
and Mrs. Langtry on horseback, calling
Coopers attention. Littlefleld, who had
stepped out while it was loaded, not
knowing the thing was loaded, sighted
and whiz went a wicked ballet, graz
ing Plant's e ar.paesing through a horse's
head, Freddy's vitals and passing to the
south-west part of the drug store and
tore through a picture frame enclosing
Sarah Barnhardt who, so used to hot
shot and tragedy said not a word. Plant
said he lived with the Indians seven
years and traveled the world over but
never had inch a close call. Ive Little
fleld is an old soldier, a skilled hunter
and a crack shot bit is astonished at
this last feat.
Cheboygan needs a larger Hall or Op
Mrs. Alfred Taylor, on the 21th a
boy, 10 pounds.
The 6chooaer Gardner cleared for Chi
cago last Tnesday.
Capt. L. R. Boyntoo, the ice navigator,
was in town Friday.
Luther Westover. of Bay City, was at
Grand Central Friday.
Full count, low prices, good work, at
the Tribune job office.
They have had hoavy fires upon the
Portage back of Topinabee.
Dixon Spencer carried oft the prize
last Saturday afternoon in the contest
for boys, at the roller rink.
Mrs. J. M. French left Tuesday on a-
visit to her friends at Detroit.
The Tug R. C. Wilson, launched Sat
urday from the Amlot shipyard.
On Monday Joseph Rife resigned as
postmaster of Mullet Lake poetoffiee.
Dr. C. A. Perrin was called to Charle
voix la?t week on professional business.
Mrs. Margaret Ruddock will , b 'ap
pointed postmistress of Mullet Lake post
office. . , ' -. , -.: '..
Mrs. John McGinn 'was able to tab a
carriage ride Friday, the first in four
S. S. Eddy, returned from Chicago
Friday. His new stoek of goods is ahead
of all else.
A special meeting of the Board of
Supervisors is called to moot on tho 8th
day of May. .
Supervisor Watkins ' and . Treasurer
Broman. of Mentor, were in tho City
Monday looking fine. -.' " , '
On Monday Sheriff Harrington traded
lands for the property of Joseph Rife at
Mullet Lake station. "
No delay, no mistakes. Neatness; cheap
ness and promptness is the rule at tho
Tribune steam job office.
Complaints are made that tug men do
not provide spark screens for their tags
as required by ordinance No. 8 See. 2.
An Indian of Indian village,, speared
In Indian River last week a musca
longe measuring 4ft. 4 inches weighing
Erratt & Spiller have their well 230 ft
down, at Duncan City. When down 206
feet the drill dropped four feet having
struck a vacuum.
Fred Fife and Henry Saunders, return
ed Sunday, too late for church
from Lake Huron. They spent five days
in hunting, successfully.
Rey. T. W. Wendt, of Alpena, preached
at St. Thomas Lutheran church last
Snnday, and gave great satisfaction
and profit to his congregation.
Sparks from the smoke staek at Pellen-
ze's planing mill lodged on the roof
Friday noon and caused the alarm of
fire. The Hose Company soon had a
stream on the building. Slight dam
The Detroit and Cleveland steam Nav
igation Co. have published an interest
ing book Tourist Glide, a cut of the Vil
lage of Cheboygan ocaupiet one page as
seen from the decks of their steamer at
the entrance of our harbor.
St. Johns Lutheran Church at Rlggs
ville. will be dedicated next Sunday.
Rev. C. Swan, of Rogers City, will offi
ciate. The Lutherans are an Intelligent,
enterprising, and worthy people, and
wo are glad their numbers are increas
ing in and about Cheboygan. .
By an unintentional oversight we
failed to place the Vanderbilt Review
upon our Ex list oj. i ?s first appearance.
We extend cosgratui r i ma to brother
Miles on his success.and to ib people of
Vanderbilt on their neat and nowsy lit
The boys are raising cane with the
telephone wires on the east side of the
river, Thompson Smith and Cheboygan
Lumber Co's wires were crossed several
times last week. Men have been engaged
to watch these wires and any boys
canght throwing stones at the glasses
will bo prosecuted to tho fullest extent
of the law,
Tho Democratic press seems to feel a
deep solicitude for the Republican party
lest some of the colored, or the more
radical temperance voters should not
vote with the Republicans. We opine
that if the Democracy can look after
the Greenbackers, the Nationalists, the
Socialistic rnd Communistic elements
that she depends upon for her allies,
the good old Republican party will try
and get along.
The steam barge M. I. Mills passed up
the south passage last Wednesday.
Dunean City was represented in tho
rescue party, Fred Lent lent a helping
hand. Packard Bros, now compose tho firm.
Southern Michigan Cedar and Lumber
The rudder for the algomah arrived at
Mackinaw City Friday and was shipped
Smith Bockesis the mixing artist and
fluidous diBpensatorus at the Grand
Central Hotel. ,
Luke Phipps, who murdered his wife
last fall oa the ferry Hope, at Detroit,,
hangs June 17th.
Young Demerrit fell a tree successfully
on his leg, but the limb broke, and had
to ho made solid by Dr. C, A. Peril u.
The City of Cleveland was delayed
eight hours at the entrance' of
our harbor Thursday last by a large fie,14,
R. H. Elliott, while breaking a rollway
at Burrlll's camp,, broke' his leg and
had to have the surgical skill of Dr.C. A.
1 The steam yacht Katie failed to pass
lnipection, and her papers will not be
granted until there is a chabgo in boil
er. Theodore York arrived Suaday, He ,
leaves to-morrow for Hay lake, in the
employ of Carkiii,. Stiekney, & Cram,
for tho season.
The Odd Feltows. conferred the Rebec- ,
ca degree upon- ten ladies, Friday oven- '
lag and Just for fua had an inpromptu
glorious dance, to celebrate the occasion.
A. H. Fieldrof Indian River, Captain
of the steam yacht Louis, was in the
City last Friday and Saturday. Tho
Louis passed; inspection all 0. and
Capt. Fields reports ho is ready for busi
ness. Preliminary steps have been taken
toward organizing a branch of the Ro
man Catholic Benefit Association. Tbe
Society is. tar. Insurance purposes, and
is limited, to Catholics. We wish it
The TuffCM.GIfford has passed in
speetlon,.and as soon as the ice in Mul
leit lake will permit, she will go to the
8ault, wfcre her owners, the Gifford
brothers have a contract for towing for
Charles Downing has charge of the-
commisary department and eaters to the
wants of the crow of the Pendall, and;
when Capt. Kitchen says feed the mul
titude,. Charley continues to smile, and'
the multitude are fed.
Mr. George Severauce, late of Alpena,.
has formed a co-partnerchlp with Mohw
ney Bros, for the manufacture here of;
ginger ale, cream soda and other like
summer beverages. The new firm have
already commenced operations.
When tho rsecue party came up with.
Ed. Overton and Fred Taggart they were
prettr well played out, but Mason gave
them a little encouragement, and they
brightened right up, and when they got
to the tahle of the Pndell they had a
good opportunity to make up for lost
Dan McLeod and John Reid were of
the rescue party on Saturday. They
had a well filled dinner basket, i. e. when
they lett it, but when they returned af
ter a seven or efght mile tramp to find
it empty, they whispered out loud. An
empty dinner basket is a joke few hun
gry men can look upon or into, and
About April 10 a stranger appeared
at Indian River, who claims to have ti
tle to large tracts of land through tho.
northern part of the state, some of his
claims cover many of tho improved
farms near Indian Riyer, and on Burt
Lake, in Tnscorora town alone his
claims cover about two thousand acres.
The people, especially the homesteaders
are considerably exorcised at the pros
pect of being turned out of house and
This is an age of faith and miracles,
yet we are astounded at the daring
faith, or credulity of undertaking tho
the huge contract of laboring with our
Council in prayer. A petition to this
body concludes "Wo will ever pray for
you," which is all right If there Is any
reasonable ground for hope. We see
among tho petitioners several first class
citizens, who do but little praying for
themselves and think it a good illustra
tion of tho recMess manner ii which
petitions are signed.